Every year, hundreds of experts from around the world take part in the GlobeScan SustainAbility Leaders Survey.
Drawn from academia, the corporate sector, governments, media and NGOs, 718 sustainability experts from 73 countries were asked to name the three companies that they feel are showing the greatest commitment to integrating sustainability into their business strategies.
In 2022, for the 12th consecutive year, Unilever achieved the top spot. And we’re in great company, with fellow leaders Patagonia, IKEA, Natura & Co, Microsoft, Interface, Ørsted, Tesla, Danone and Google making up the top 10.
Translating sustainability leadership to financial performance
Unilever CEO Alan Jope said: “It’s a privilege to be recognised by a panel of experts as the global leader in sustainable business, putting sustainability at the core of our business strategy.
“Topping the GlobeScan list for the 12th year gives everyone at Unilever a great sense of pride, and encourages us to continue building a responsible business, translating leadership in sustainability to superior financial performance.”
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